Annals of Air and Space Law: Vol. XXXV (2010)


  • The 2004 Damascus Agreement: Liberalizing market access and ownership rules for Arab air carriers: Alan Khee-Jin Tan
  • Legal aspects of aircraft financing in China: Qian Chen
  • Collecting, preserving and presenting evidence in domestic and foreign aircraft accident cases: Stuart R. Fraenkel, Michael G. McQuillen Anthony U. Battista, & Urban Olson
  • The recovery of non-pecuniary damages in Canada: The cap on recovery, jury trials, and other unique considerations for general damage awards: D. Bruce Garrow & Katherine L. Ayre
  • Are alternative fuels an alternative? A review of the opportunities and challenges of alternative fuels for aviation: Charles E. Schlumberger
  • Sovereignty in the air: From national security to the Single European Sky: Stefan A. Kaiser
  • The Unlawful Interference Compensation convention of 2009 and principles of state responsibility: Ruwantissa Abeyratne
  • The regime of compensable damage in the modernized Rome conventions: A comparison between article 3 of the general risks convention of 2009 and article 17 of the Montreal convention of 1999: Jae Woon Lee
  • Stripped and safer? Issues of privacy and security surrounding the full body scanner: Kuan Wei (David) Chen
  • Quantum physics and the biology of space law: The interstitial glue of global support for space migration and a proposed commercial management infrastructure: George S. Robinson & Charles E. Smith
  • Liability implications of the use of global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) for communication, navigation, surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) in civil aviation - with special focus on India: Ranjana Kaul


  • Separation of powers in public international law: is the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) out of or within the United Nations system? A critique of ICAO assembly elections: Peter Ateh-Afac Fossungu
  • A prospective analysis of the evolution of ICAO's Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme beyond 2010: Jimena Blumenkron
  • Report of the rapporteur on the development of new legal instruments for the suppression of unlawful acts against the safety of civil aviation: Special sub-committee of the legal committee on the preparation of one or more legal instruments addressing new and emerging threats: Julie Atwell
  • Unruly and disruptive passengers: do we need to revisit the international legal regime? Alejandro Piera & Michael Gill
  • One man's ceiling is another man's floor: A comment on the failed MDA/ATK transaction: Diane Howard


  • Risk and liability in air law (George Leloudas): Reviewed by Mark Andrew Glynn
  • The development of outer space: sovereignty and property rights in international space law (Thomas Gangale): Reviewed by Michael C. Mineiro
  • Space Law: A treatise (Francis Lyall & Paul B. Larsen): Reviewed by Michael Dodge

Contents of Annals Vol. XXXV-II (2010)

Vol. XXXV Part II contains a comprehensive bilingual index of everything published in the Annals since its inception in 1976.

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